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Pilots association sees membership spike after allowing drone operators

Pilots association sees membership spike after allowing drone operators

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has welcomed 55 new members over the past month, after announcing in February the organization would open up to include drone pilots. Kathleen Swain, the association’s senior director of unmanned aircraft systems, said the interest in their new program has attracted traditional manned aviators and remote pilots alike among…

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The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has welcomed 55 new members over the past month, after announcing in February the organization would open up to include drone pilots. Kathleen Swain, the association’s senior director of unmanned aircraft systems, said the interest in their new program has attracted traditional manned aviators and remote pilots alike among…


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